|All for under $50 per night per person|
AirBnb has to be one of the best ideas developed in the past few years. When traveling the world, you can stay in hostels, hotels, and sleep on friend’s (or stranger’s) couches…. OR you can stay in a literal “home away from home” (AKA Airbnb). Not only are Airbnb places great for travelers, but they are also wonderfully useful for weekend getaways or work trips. To top it all off, Airbnb spots are often less expensive than hotels and provide the amenities you would find at home.
Can you tell I love Airbnb?
Here is $20 off your first Airbnb, on me.
Windmill By The Sea $161 per night for 5 people
If you could stay in a windmill in the South Aegean Sea in Greece, why wouldn’t you? Especially when it comes out to just a little over $30 per person per night. The dream is real my friends, the dream is real.
Buena Vista, CO
Downtown Garden Apartment $125 per night for 4 people
Um, a rock wall above the bed? I’m in. Oh, and I guess its pretty cool for kids too.
Afghani Yurt $34 per night for 2 people
For those non-pros in German geography- don’t worry- I had to look up Nuremberg too. The answer? Somewhere between Berlin and Munich. The city is known for its medieval architecture… and, honestly, spending near $17 per person for a place to sleep in Germany is a steal (and its a yurt, which is pretty cool too).
Villa San Ganariello BnB $69 per night for 3 people
For a stunning stay in southern Italy, look no further. Pretty sure anyone could get lost looking at all the artwork and decorations throughout this gorgeous BnB.
Chiang Lai, Thailand
Nature Bungalow Near Chiang Mai $50 per night for 2 people
Out of all the places I have listed so far, I am most likely to stay here. Most importantly- THESE BUNGALOWS ARE ON AN ELEPHANT RESERVE. I am having dreams (albeit very unrealistic) of an elephant sticking its trunk through the window to wake me up… and maybe bringing me a coconut.
Geode Dome $37 per night for 3 people
Glamping to the extreme, this handmade dome is a nature lover’s paradise. Accompanied by the perfect picnic table and scenery, camping lovers will rejoice (even those who really just like the idea of camping).
Moderne Apartment $115 per night for 4 people
The fantastic views of this stunning apartment are enough to give anyone a serious case of wanderlust. Even better? Knowing that Icelandic horses are sprawled throughout Akureyri. By the way, Iceland is expensive. Spending around $30 per night per person is less than most hostel dorm beds.
As always, let me know if you have any questions! Have you stayed at any great AirBnb’s recently?
*Photos in this post sourced from Airbnb